Sport and Recreation offers a range of services and support in NSW to promote an active and healthy lifestyle. From training programs to grants, we work closely with individuals to build strong, inclusive and active communities.
At our core, we believe sport and recreation is for everyone and we make this possible through increased opportunities for people with disabilities, women, seniors, youth at risk and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Each year we provide millions in government grants to nurture sporting talent, help build sport facilities and develop the industry as a whole. We also regulate the combat sports and motor sport industries.
Our training programs and resources upskill coaches and help sporting organisations improve the quality and safety of their services.
Through our Sport and Recreation Centres, we offer active experiences and outdoor education programs to advantage families, schools, corporates and the community, while our calendar of programs and events are designed to motivate and involve people of all ages.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (NSW Division) gives young people aged 14 to 25 unique opportunities for adventure, growth and social development.
In every way, Sport and Recreation plays a vital role in supporting and facilitating sport and recreation for the people of NSW. Our continued commitment and vision of making sport and recreation accessible to all is simple: more people, more active, more often.